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Flu Cases Are Skyrocketing in the Garden State

Yes it’s flu season, but this year’s strain is particularly brutal

Is Giving Peanuts to Infants a Good Thing?

A new study says that small children eating peanuts might reduce peanut allergies later in life.

How to Pick a Camp for Your Special Needs Kid

Make every kid’s school break a blast in a camp program.

Take Care of You: Check-up Checklist

With everything else on your to-do list, it’s easy to fall behind on check-ups. Here’s what you should know.

Fun Winter Activities for Kids in NJ

Sure, its cold out there, but that doesn’t mean the kids should be lumps on the couch. Don’t worry, they’ll be running for their coats and gloves when you show them these fun activities!

Dental Habits: How Bad Are They Really?

Which dental hygiene slip-ups are no big deal and which should you avoid at all costs?

Vaccines: Inside the Debate

As more parents opt out of immunizing their kids, the American Academy of Pediatrics is pushing harder than ever for vaccinations.

The 10 Most Important Questions to Ask Your Doctor (And the Answers)

Well visits with your pediatrician are opportunities to ask what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to your child’s growth, behavior and development. Here are questions doctors regularly hear from parents—and the answers.

Hit NJ's Ski Slopes (and Beyond) This Winter

The best skiing for a day, weekend or longer.

New Hearing Test May Identify Autism

A new pain-free hearing test might help catch autism earlier

Why Specializing in One Sport Could Be Bad for Your Kid

The pressure’s always on your kid to win in the sport of her choice. But is focusing on one sport really helping her get ahead?

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NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs 2016 - Dr. Christina Carter of Carter Smile

NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs 2016 - Dentistry

NJ's Favorite Kids' Docs 2016 - Dentistry

CDC Changes HPV Shot Recommendations

Preteens 11-12 years old should be vaccinated on a two-dose schedule, not three-dose

Parents Should Create Family Media Plans to Limit Kids’ Screen Time, Says AAP

The American Academy of Pediatrics announces new screen time guidelines